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degreesa above normal. good evening, from the transamerica building looking out at the bridge. average high in san francisco, this time of the year, 69, carpenterly 72 degrees. wow! oakland sporting clear skies in the low 70s, san josa, 74, we are shy of the 80 at this hour at redwood city. looks like today's high, 70s at the beaches and middle highs at the bay. topping off at 80 in mountain view. and low 80s. meanwhile tonight, significant cool down you will feel the difference, it will be into the 50s. 50 and 57 degrees. okay, here is what you need to know as you begin your brand- new workweek. we will have starry skies tonight. all of that, records for monday. extended forecast, boy werbgs have a big swing in the weather pat upper. we will wrap up the workweek with rain in the forecast and cooler temperatures. santa rosa tomorrow, breaking a record at 89 degrees. sanfrancisco, tying a record. and oak land tying a record, 82 in san jose. and going for the 84 record. meanwhile, we have the storm track, precipitation to the north of the bay area. we are under a huge dome of high pressure th
in balance to the transamerica pyramid. thank you. >> are there any questions for our presenter? >> seeing none, thank you very much. it was very, beautiful. and it was great to see the full design, and i appreciate actually seeing it from multiple perspectives from the city lines. thank you. >> okay. >> we will go ahead and move into your next system. >> item 8 is approving an amendment authorizing to award a o
area. this is a live look at san francisco. you can see mostly cloudy conditions over the transamerica pyramid. we will not get our showers until this evening. as you can see from the satellite/radar, the main event, the front is north of santa rosa. as i said before, 50 miles away from steady rainfall moving into the north bay. we will continue to get the showers into tonight. we stop the clock at 4:00. it starts to get dark at that hour this time of year. we continue that rain and continue at 9:00. the front is bringing steady rain. by 4:00 a.m., we have slick conditions. the whole system blowing out of here by 11:00 tomorrow leaving us with good travel conditions. we have another system on its heels. taking a close look at your thanksgiving forecast. a lot of people have family coming into town. you want to get stuck inside with them or want opportunities to get outdoors. stay tuned for that forecast. it's an important one. back to you for now. >>> thanks. happening now. the port of oakland is now wrapping up a labor struggle as union workers walked off the job today. it is part of
&t. ♪ >>> in case you're wondering what it looks like in san francisco right now, here's say live look. transamerica pyramid. cloud cover, rain all over the bay area. a lot more to come, including power outages and fallen trees. and meteorologist christina loren will have a complete weather update for you. >>> in washington, d.c., the president meeting with corporate executives today discuss that fiscal cliff. scott mcgrew got on the silicon valley's name. >> president obama has met with many ceos, and while lots of ceos have experience and wisdom to lend him, got to see this in a bit of a political light as well. melissa meyer, for instance, is brilliant but probably knows very little about public policy. she's an engineer, so the president getting advice, but drumming up support among the powerful for his version of what we should do about the cliff. myers spoke in a fortune magazine clip last night. her secret, she says, is prioritizing, she referred to green bay packers vince lombardi's three priorities, god, family and the packers. >> for me, it's god, family and yahoo! in that order. >> why th
,000 on a 49er game. what else? b of a building. transamerica. this is a major -- so these are -- those are buildings. but what else might you think about? bart, transportation. we'll talk about that. hospitals. city hall. these are possible target areas. as we mentioned, civilian safety is the most important. point to yourself. your safety is the most important. when you are sizing up what are the dangers, what are your capabilities, what are your limitations. terrorism is no different from a natural disaster. you are going to respond the same way. be nice is not nice. b stands for biological. n is nuclear, i is incendiary and c is chemical. on the bottom scale, we have a likelihood it's going to take place and this scale here is the impact. so nuclear device, think of a nuclear bomb taking place, impact will affect a lot of people, yeah. high impact, what's the probability that a nuclear attack will take place? not that great. as you move on, as the season progresses, then add a chemical release, over here, likelihood gets higher that would take place, less impact biological and explo
francisco. there is a transamerica building and we have some chilly numbers already. in another cold night tonight. closer to overnight in even sunrise thuleast. the north bay, the east bay the purples are showing the 30's or 40's near the bay and look for mid 40's tonight. as oakland, cooler for san jose the forecast is expected to get to 40 degrees. 30's for the east bay valleys for livermore, fairfield and the santa rosa. expected to get to 31 degrees that is one degrees below freezing. because we're looking at freezing temperatures in the north bay there's defrosted 534 tonight at 2:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m. for napa county, marin county, sonoma county, solano the coldest would be 6:458 defrost 8-frost warnings >> and new at 8:00 p.m. we're going to be looking at dramatic video of this mobile home that was caught on fire. the cause is not suspicious nobody was hurt it is not clear with the extent of the damage was. medina drive in pacheco >> and also the author of vandalism of the vandalism of the public muni bus. and four days later in the results are finally in a we of the outcome for the pr
the transamerica building the golden gate bridge would be in the distance. you can tell the coast is clear. 54-degrees and northwest breeze at 10 adds to the chill. clear tonight and -- clear skies tonight and frigid conditions. tomorrow wall to wall sunshine and pristine conditions. a picture postcard perfect day albeit chilly. the extended forecast in the unsettled weather pattern and tonight freezing in santa rosa. so pen grove obviously below freezing. low 40s 234 mountain view. -- in mountain view. and san jose, including the valley. and 38 degrees apiece in throughout the trivalley and in concord, clayton and walnut creek. the area of low pressure is finally beginning to kick out of the area. so the colder air is settling in. tomorrow your daytime high temperatures will be very similar to today if not just a degree or two warmer. a string of 50s coming on the immediate seashore. the winds will be northeast 5 to 10 miles an hour. upper 50s and low 60s across the santa clara valley. otherwise around the bend, around the bay, in the low 60s. further east and inland, up to 63-degrees in bren
in mind here this is an 800 feet tall slope. this is about the height of the transamerica building in san francisco. and what happened is, originally, this dam was going to be built where we were going to only excavate along what we call a false or temporary cut, which is shown here in the dash line. the idea here is to move all the material in front of that temporary slope, to a permanent disposal site, and keep the material between this temporary cut and the permanent cut in place until we're ready to move it to the dam site directly where that material was going to be used to build a dam. now, what happened is the area -- geologic feature shown in green here was discovered some time late in june. and you can see that that feature not only crosses the temporary slope, it also crosses that first permanent slope that -- where we were going to be actually finalizing our construction of the slope. now, we conducted a lot of exploratory work over the summer, and we have a much better understanding of all these features. in that area, geologic area feature was found to be an actual large land
, cable car, is it the transamerica building. there are many things that make it a wonderful place to live. and as supervisors, and supervisors in the past, you've all been responsible for the great city that it's become. and as i thought about it, because someone had mentioned this to me, when you come across the bridge, you see that great field, that great view of the city, that's unencumbered. it's not central park, where you don't see it because it's in the trees. it's a great place. it's a wonderful place. i would ask the supervisors to consider what it is that's going there, not who, but what is the positive, what is it that you foresee in that area, what does it produce, what does it make. and so i thank you. >> supervisor farrell: thank you very much. next speaker please. >> good afternoon, members of the board of supervisors. my name is herb mightburger, a resident of san francisco. i often drive to the marina green, and thought i'd say a few things. first let me complement all four of you for your patience in listening to all this testimony. i've been in the audience and my patie
the transamerica building, well, it's starting to get shrouded in some cloud cover after some sunshine today. you can see that approaching storm system is now starting to change our conditions. let's get you back into the weather boards. what we have happening is a ton of moisture, now up into washington and oregon. that's for the strongest part of this storm system will go. for us, we'll get the bottom edge of it. it's going to be very slow to produce rainfall for us. but we do think we'll pick up anywhere from a quarter to a half inch with this. not going to be as strong as what we had this past weekend. and winds could go 15 to 25 miles per hour. so here we go. for tonight, by 11:00 p.m., we're only expecting maybe a few showers to develop up near santa rosa. then as we head throughout the morning hours, it will be be all about the rain developing for the north bay commuters if you're headed from santa rosa to san francisco. and then as we head throughout the afternoon hours, it is just very slow to march southward. not expecting really anything in the way of rainfall for the south bay. san jo
think that it creates a wonderful counter point in balance to the transamerica pyramid. thank you. >> are there any questions for our presenter? >> seeing none, thank you very much. it was very, beautiful. and it was great to see the full design, and i appreciate actually seeing it from multiple perspectives from the city lines. thank you. >> okay. >> we will go ahead and move into your next system. >> item 8 is approving an amendment authorizing to award a subcore contract in an aamount not-to-exceed $9 million over four years. personnel and material services increasing authorized costs by 9 million 250,000 and increasing the authorized construction services,. >> directors, dikes will report on this item. >> good morning, directors. brian dikes, principle engineer. this trade package is to provide four personnel and material lift hoists one for each section or zone of the construction, so that you always have a quick safeway to get people out if they are hurt and equally that it is all to supply the materials provided for all shifts and all shifts not just eight hours a day. and
create a better than transamerica. unfortunately, you have some people that are not going to vote conscience. they are going to vote color. some blacks are wednesday to protest because this president has not been good for us be one well, it looks it's pretty clear. it wasn't going to be a tight election. i'm not sure we should be so confident exactly what demographic we are talking
and again, we expect to stay dry and we will see a great view tonight of the trans-america building. over the next 48 hours we have the cold front we have been contending with now for the past 48 hours. it's a tightly wound area of low pressure with a although of cold air trapped around the krener of it. it's all going to hedge to the north, high pressure moves in and that will keep the shield of warmer air for the next four days before we get in on much larger changes. 50s and 60s at the coastline and we will start to see the temperatures really spike up there by sunday. with that potential record setting heat. we will begin with a bit of cloud cover and that will clear out quickly. widespread sunshine, expected from the coast back to the east bay, not only for saturday, but as we head right into sunday's forecast as well. it will be cold in the north bay with 46 in santa a rosa and upper 40s for the south bay and daytime highs look to be near 80 in livermore. also, 72 in an san jose and a 5-10 degree warm up. coming your way tonight, 8:00 p.m., the nbc benefit, helping to benefit hurric
tomorrow. right now right here we are looking at the transamerica pyramid where we have clear skies downtown. a very mild start to your sunday. temperatures in the upper 50s downtown. live doppler 7 hd not picking up much. in fact, we will be looking at a beautiful day out here today and we will see numbers, in fact, above normal today. here's a look what you can expect right now as you step on out. 53 san jose with 52 half moon bay. upper 40s up in the north bay and also around gilroy. we are looking at a little bit in the way of fog with visibility reduced to about a half-mile novato, a mile and three quarters santa rosa and pretty good along the coast but napa looking at the reduced visibility as well. that's where the temperatures are cooler in the valleys, 2 to 5 degrees cooler this morning. but elsewhere 6 degrees of warming at our coast, 5 degrees of warming since yesterday. fremont and san jose. you get the idea we are starting out mostly warmer so it will be a warmer afternoon today. as much as six to ten degrees above average. here come the records coming into play tomorro
continuing to fall in part of the bay area. overlooking the transamerica building in san francisco, fairly dry there still plenty of clouds but the focus now shifts further to the south. hi-def doppler picking up on the moisture. you can see it make its way into the south bay. the santa cruz mountains also southern parts of san jose. some moderate amounts of rainfall showing up there along the 101. so be careful heading in that direction. looks like it will break up by the afternoon. 60s and 70s. warmer and drier the next couple of days. ,,,,,, >>> it is 8:00. welcome back to cbs "this morning." >> superstorm sandy victims spend another day digging out of a the president sees the damage firsthand with governor chris christie. and we'll ask former governor jeb bush about the government's storm response as he looks ahead to election day on tuesday. but first here's a look at continues. take a look at this family. >> they had a great time. >> and your husband is dressed as? >> a piece of bacon. >> i'm charlie rose with gale king. norra donald is in washington. the death toll is at least 75 er
are starting out with fog around the bay area and there's proof. the view from the top of the transamerica pyramid showing nothing but gray. patchy fog in the bay area not as bad as yesterday, mostly cloudy skies inland today. we'll get a few peeks at the sun. gale warnings posted in advance of the series of storms that are lining up out in the pacific. wind gusts tomorrow up to 40 miles per hour. low pressure that you see out there is going to be moving into the bay area. so clouds and then rain and then wind. and it looks like it's going to stay that way all the way through the weekend. so stay tuned. ys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireles
weather over san francisco. this is the view downtown d.c. the transamerica pyramid. preparations are underway for the thanksgiving holiday. a lot of the meals going to the needy are being put together at sacred heart in san jose. it is a giveaway they give each year. we will have will tran live this morning he has been watching as they put together the care packages and thousands they have put together so far. >> thousands but they need probably 1000 more they have about 3000 turkeys and are often a good start. we are outside the place and you can see the bins will of turkeys. as luck would have if you had come to me a couple of minutes too late because we saw cars pulling in one s u b was so full she said she could not put out the back window. she was afraid to drive because it was so full of donations. they make it easy for you because what you have to do is pull in they will open up the truck grabbed your supplies and that you can go. are you surprised by the amount of donations that people? >> digits cbs should be? >> people are extremely generous. there'll be no way that sac
saw that traffic really letting up as well. now i want to show you the transamerica pyramid. 64 degrees with breaks of sun in livermore. 64 in santa teresa. thursday and friday, beautiful conditions and nice and dry. >>> well, "the voice" debuted its top ten finalists on wednesy night with coach bke shton calling one of the best all-aroundvenings of perfornces the show has ever seen but up to arica to decide who to send home, and ban keith fr team adam lavigne and sylvia jacob from team christina uilera received the fewest votes. brian and sylvia, good morning. i'm sorryo hear aboutour elimination. what were you thinking wn you got vot off? >> overall, you ow, we were prouof ouelves. it was, you know, shocking and plus everythin that we h for you. ain, i canpeak for both of us saying that we were super proud. >> sylvia, there was no indition that you were going to getent home. did is reall come as a shock to you >> i actuay kind of was a little bit mentally prepared to possibly go home because,ou knkn, it's always rough srting off the night, and, you know, everne did really ama
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